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Polarization analysis of a supercontinuum generated in a germania-doped photonic crystal fiber

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We investigate experimentally the effect of input polarization and pulse energy on the generated supercontinuum. Our detection system reveals the polarization properties of the supercontinuum, a typically unexplored parameter of these sources.

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